Communications Law
Communication Abstracts

Subjects: Communications law

Communication Abstracts comprehensively covers communication-related articles, reports, papers, and books from a variety of publishers, research institutions, and information sources on a world-wide scale. Coverage includes not only communication literature but also literature in other disciplines that is relevant to communication researchers, such as international literature in film studies, the role of technology in human communications, risk communication, crisis communication and public opinions.

Internet Law Resource Center

Subjects: Communications Law

The Internet Law Resource Center is a comprehensive resource for practitioners in cyberlaw, with an extensive archive of full-text case law, pleadings, statutes, regulations and expert insight addressing the internet’s legal landscape—all in one platform.

ProQuest Telecommunications

Subjects: Journals and Journal Indexes, Communications Law

The PQ Telecommunications database includes over 120 journals, magazines and newsletters, with more than 100 publications available in full text. This database contains the text of some articles plus FULL TEXT AT GU LAW links out to the articles in other databases. USE THIS LINK TO SEARCH THE ENTIRE DATABASE OR FIND INDIVIDUAL TITLES IN THE LIBRARY CATALOG.

Telecommunications Law Resource Center

Subjects: Communications Law

The Telecommunications Law Resource Center integrates news, analysis, case law and other primary sources on communications law, including broadcasting, cable, broadband, telephony, and wireless. Features the Pike & Fischer Communications Regulation collections. Includes access to BNA Insights, with articles by leaders in the telecommunications field.

TheDCoffice.com

Subjects: Communications Law

TheDCoffice.com is a regulatory information service. It provides "original content with a sharp focus on regulatory proposals and decisions, those that shape Federal policy in telecommunications, broadcasting and the Internet, at the FCC, Congress and the courts."